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Erlkönig Porsche Cayenne undisguised: Major facelift in 2014

Stefan Baldauf
Erlkönig Porsche Cayenne undisguised
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D he current Porsche Cayenne with the internal code 92A has been 2010 on the market. The upcoming facelift will be based heavily on the optics and technology of the revised Porsche Panamera.

At the front, the new Porsche Cayenne has redesigned LED headlight units that extend a little way into the bumper in the lower area. The daytime running lights have also been adjusted. The cooling air opening becomes significantly larger and almost rectangular. Overall, the new apron looks more dynamic. In the lower area, the underride protection and the flanking fog lights are being revised. At the rear there is also the new apron with narrow reflectors and the new rear lights. In addition to the shape of the tailpipes, the rear underrun protection has also been integrated more coherently. But something will also happen under the hood of the new Porsche Cayenne.

Powerful e-hybrid from the Panamera is used, which is designed as a plug-in hybrid and can be charged in 4 hours from a household socket. The Cayenne S Hybrid will presumably be replaced.

Even the 4.8-liter naturally aspirated V8 with 400 hp from the Porsche Cayenne S will no longer exist with the facelift. Instead, the double-charged V6 from the Macan is used, which will then generate around 420 hp from a displacement of 3.6 liters. And the 245 hp V6 diesel will most likely be replaced by a 300 hp equivalent.

New assistance systems in the Cayenne from 2014

There will be new assistance systems in the Cayenne as an option: These include traffic sign recognition, lane departure warning and an optimized adaptive cruise control with emergency braking function. Even if the Erlkönig model had opened all the doors in the parking lot, a significant difference to the current interior cannot be seen.


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